Organizations and Markets
Research in the Industrial Organizations and Markets program covers: incentive schemes; competition policy and regulation; advertising and consumer behavior; intermediation and two-sided markets; R&D and innovation; networks; auctions and mechanism design. Methods include economic theory including game theory, contract theory, and mechanism design theory; laboratory and field experiments and field data analysis.
Researchers in this field
20-055/VII - Left Behind Voters, Anti-Elitism and Popular Will
Date: September 08, 2020
20-042/VII - On the Benefits of Being Alone: Scheduling Changes, Intensity of Competition and Dynamic Airline Pricing
Date: July 18, 2020
20-034/VII - Who benefits from transfers?
Date: June 20, 2020
20-013/VII - Cheap-talk Communication in Procurement Auctions: Theory and Experiment
Date: February 22, 2020
20-005/VII - Event Studies in Merger Analysis: Review and an Application Using U.S. TNIC Data
Date: January 27, 2020